A Recent Case Involving Compensation for Chronic Pain

Personal injury Ottawa cases and compensation amounts. Compensation for Chronic Pain Chronic Pain is an injury our lawyers see frequently.  It often results from an accident and can be debilitating and life altering. Every person who suffers from chronic pain will experience varying amounts of pain.  Every accident is unique and our lawyers understand that each and every one of […]

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What are Ontario Accident Benefits ? Are family members entitled to accident benefits?

Ontario Car Insurance Claims and Accident Benefits. Who can access Ontario benefits? Statutory Accident Benefits (SABS) are provided by law in every Ontario auto insurance policy. All Accident Benefits are standard and equal among insurance companies, unless you opt for “top up” coverage. Ontario  Accident Benefits provide compensation, regardless of who is at fault, for […]

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Ontario Accident Benefits and Income Replacement Benefits , Ottawa lawyer David Hollingsworth

Ontario Accident Benefits: Income Replacement Benefits Are you entitled to Income Replacement Benefits ? If you suffer personal injury and are unable to work, you may be entitled to income replacement benefits through your Ontario accident benefits. Income replacement benefits in Ontario are partial compensation and are only available if you cannot fully return to work because […]

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Orthopedic Injury, Broken Bones and Bone fractures: Why you may need an Ottawa Personal Injury Lawyer

Compensation for broken bone injuries Personal Injury Lawyer Ottawa David Hollingsworth One of the most common injuries in car accidents is broken bones; otherwise known as orthopedic injuries.  An orthopedic injury often may seem like a small injury; however these injuries often prevent people from returning to their everyday life and in some cases unable to return to […]

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If in an Ontario accident, do you have to provide your insurance information ?

Ontario Accident Insurance Claims If in an accident, do you have to provide your insurance  information ?  The answer is yes. Section 200 of the Highway Traffic Act states that any person involved in an Ontario accident must, when requested, must provide his/her name, address, driver’s licence number, insurance policy information and ownership information.  This information […]

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